Remote Control Madness

by Barbara J. Feldman on April 26, 2005

Finally, a solution to remote control madness! Using the Internet, programmable universal remote controls learn the exact series of complicated commands your television setup needs to watch the evening news, enjoy a DVD, or a switch to program recorded on TIVO two nights ago. We love our Logitech Harmony. It’s named Editor’s Choice in this ZDnet review.

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